SAN RAFAEL, Calif. -- A relamping program involving energy-efficient bulbs and a computerized monitoring system at Provigo here is expected to save the retailer $1 million annually. The 17-store rollout to Petrini Markets and Cost Less Foods stores, which are owned by Provigo, is to be completed next week. Provigo officials said another of its chains, 10-unit New Deal Supermarkets here, may also be relamped after the rollout is evaluated. Provigo hopes to duplicate on a wider scale the ...
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